You tested for most std's way too early at the 11 day mark. Only gonorrhea and chlamydia were accurate at that point.
Honestly I wouldn't bother with any more testing. Chalk it up to being a bad idea at the time and in the future, make sure that you only give and receive protected oral sex so you don't have to spend money on testing and worr...
No reason to think std or cancer from this!!! You sound like you've had a viral illness that is still running its course. The bumps may linger for a few weeks even after the rest of your symptoms are gone.
The risk of a std from receiving oral is over all low. The brevity of this encounter is no risk and not worth any testing!!! It was 2-3 seconds so don't let the prior poster scare you needlessly!!!
I wouldn't bother with any std testing from this. The risk of contracting anything from this very brief oral encounter was too low to make it worth the money or effort of testing.
In the future, only ever give and receive protected oral sex. It saves you worrying and protects you :)
As you have already found out, you had all the wrong testing done unfortunately. At this point you need to seek out a hsv2 igg blood test. Since you already know you have hsv1, perhaps your provider just ordering the hsv2 igg blood test for you will result in the right test being done!! Once you have your test results, you can post them here in this post for ...
Usually the type of strep that infects the throat area, is not easily transmitted to the genital area and vice versa. There are some viruses that can infect both the oral area and the genital area though. When you are feeling ill, always best not to perform oral on a partner.
If your bf has discharge but no itching , burning, or frequency, I wouldn't...
the risk of any std from a one time, mostly protected encounter is rather low. You have been over tested and over treated needlessly at this point but what is done is done.
You can't test for hsv2 until at least 3 months post encounter. Same with hepatitis. syphilis testing has to be done after 6 weeks. No point in being retested for gonorrhea and ch...
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